While searching for and weeding out fake psychics who make a living by scamming unsuspecting victims, I came across a well-known “psychic” named Esperanza Psychic. I wanted to learn more about her and see if she was legitimate or another con artist with a website.
The first thing I do when reviewing a psychic is gather information about them on their website. After all, that is the first thing new customers will see, right? I couldn’t find a website based on her name, but I saw a Facebook page where she provided a website link. The link reads ‘esperanza-psychic.com,’ but I followed the link, and the website address changed to ‘ebookseuphoria.com.’ That in itself was weird to me.
Terrible Website With No Information
It didn’t take me long to discover that her website is terrible! I looked around hoping to find some background information, a short bio, an about me page, testimonials- SOMETHING! Unfortunately, her website provided nothing of substance. The homepage only has a box where to fill in your personal information for a free reading within 24 hours. There’s also a collection of slides that gives some very generic information about her, such as:
- She has 15 years of experience in Tarot
- She is a third-generation astrologer
- She’s an expert in Gestalt Psychotherapy
- She is a “Quartz Citrine Astrology Award winner
It shows three testimonials and prompts urging you to contact her for a free reading.
Her Website Looks Like A Lottery Ticket
Within a few seconds of me landing on the website, a big cartoonish-looking box popped up telling me that someone was thinking about me and I should find out who it was and for me to try my luck on a “scratch off” image. It was all very pushy and obnoxious; I can’t take any psychic seriously with these tactics, and it’s just a lousy website all the way around.
There Is No Personal Information About Her Or Her Abilities
I always find it very suspicious when they don’t share any personal info. When a psychic claims to be part of a family of psychics, I like to hear more about that. I want to know when they discovered their gifts, how they found out, how they began their psychic career, etc. I went to her Facebook page to read her “about” section, and she stated she’s a ”clairvoyant psychologist.”
She says she had visions and good intuition as a child and decided to help others as an adult. She claims she can help people near and far thanks to the Internet and wants to answer all your questions. Still, I need more substance to convince me she’s authentic.
She’s An Obvious Liar!
Also, I looked into this ‘Quartz Citrine Astrology Award’ because I had never heard of it. Sure enough, there’s no such thing! This award does not exist at all. My online searches found zero information on this. That tells me she’s a liar and will say anything to get money from trusting individuals. I searched elsewhere for information about her, ratings, reviews, or complaints, but couldn’t find anything, which is odd. She only has a presence on her Facebook page and generic website.
Nowhere was I able to get a phone number to call and talk to her in real-time for my psychic reading or chat with her instantaneously. She does her readings solely through email, which has always been a huge red flag for me. I cannot trust that my psychic reading is genuine if I can’t speak directly to the psychic who is supposed to help me with big life questions and decisions.
I need to be able to talk on the phone, chat via instant messenger, or video call through companies like Skype. Emails are so impersonal and generic. This fact was proven when I requested a reading twice, using different information and email addresses. I wasn’t surprised when I got the same reading both times, with only the different names. Everything else was word-for-word the same.
A Marketing Company Runs Her Website
I learned that a marketing company called “Dynad Services LTD,” based out of the United Kingdom, owns it. That was good, at least, since the company didn’t base itself on a personality marketing company like Maria Loren’s. Also, they didn’t base themselves out of Gibraltar, like Esmeralda Psychic, Extraordinary Chris, William Guardian Angel, and many others.
Many psychic scams like Medium Maria, Angel Medium Angela, and Tara Medium also originate in Hong Kong. So many famous “psychics” that are fake base themselves out of those countries, so I automatically don’t trust them. Although this one is from the United Kingdom, I kept reading the terms, and all my suspicions were confirmed once I read this:
“The characters, places, situations, and events mentioned in the texts issued to users may be fictitious and not necessarily related to people, places, situations, and events existing or not. All the characters involved in the site content and messages sent are fictional characters.“
That would explain the lack of personal information, the readings done only through email, the generic website, and the even more generic “readings” I received. That also explains why “Esperanza” is more active on her Facebook page and does her advertising there. Scammers don’t have to disclose their terms and conditions on Facebook. The audience she interacts with on there has no idea that she is a totally made-up persona, which is very unfortunate! Hopefully, they will research or read this article before paying her anything.
Long story short, I urge you to avoid Esperanza Psychic’s website and Facebook page. She is a psychic scam created by a marketing company designed to con you from your hard-earned money. If you’re looking for authentic, genuine psychics you know can be trusted, visit my reviews page for several legitimate suggestions and check out the deals below.
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